1. Mondays at 3pm EST - JUSTICE FOR ALL (includes live and prerecorded shows). To broadcast your issues, please contact Mary Neal at (678)531.0262 or Google Voice (571)335-1741.
Former Host: Leonna Brandao, Justice Advocate email@example.com
Leonna Brandao assists prisoners with supportive legal, educational, and re-entry services. Her mission includes ensuring that prisoners are treated fairly and receive medical and rehabilitative services necessary to heal and become productive citizens upon re-entering their communities. She advocates for pro bono legal assistance and helps research the status of inmates' court cases.
2. Tuesdays, 3pm EST - DEMAND FOR JUSTICE (includes live and prerecorded shows). To broadcast your issues, please contact Mary Neal at (678)531.0262 or Google Voice (571)335-1741.
Former Host: Dr. Mustafa Ansari, an international human rights lawyer and Dean of the American Institute of Human Rights. The Institute is committed to educating attorneys and activists on United Nations human rights treaties and laws that America has already signed and is responsible to uphold (i.e., Executive Order 13107). Online classes and certification are offered by the American Institute of Human Rights to equip non-attorneys to file human rights complaints directly to the International Court. Everyone deserves protection of their rights to life, liberty, and security of person and property.
3. Wednesdays, 3pm EST - NATIVE AMERICAN AFFAIRS (includes live and prerecorded shows). To broadcast your issues, please contact Mary Neal at (678)531.0262.
Native Americans experience unique challenges. Join Native American hosts and guests presenting their history, culture, and issues. Hosts are from various Native American tribes, but topics apply to all.
Native American host wanted. Please email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com or call 678.531.0262
The host in May, June, and July was Canupa Gluha Mani, of the Strong Heart Warrior Society and Lakota Nation. ALL First Nations Peoples and others are invited; your questions and comments are appreciated. Shows are archived at Blogtalkradio for listening any time. Mani said, "We are forever."
Previous host was Elizabeth Gaskins, of the Cherokee Nation. Listen to her debut broadcast:
4. Thursdays, 3pm EST - BOB DARBY, ADVOCATE FOR THE HOMELESS
Thursdays, 4pm EST - LYNN MARIE EAGLE FEATHER, HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCATE ~ Darby has been an advocate for the homeless mentally ill for more than twenty years. He has a B.A. in psychology from Emory University and studied psychology and theology in graduate school. He is a former employee of Georgia Regional Hospital, Boston State Hospital, and New Hampshire's Hanover-Darthmouth Hospital. In 1994, he co-founded Atlanta Food Not Bombs.
~ Eagle Feather is a human rights advocate and elder of the Lakota Nation, residing in South Dakota. She and her guests address homelessness, drug and alcohol abuse, and the high removal rate of Native American children from their birth families and reservations.
Previous Thursday host was Britton Mosley (tapes are archived at Blogtalkradio):
INTEGRITY IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS
Mosley is a former corrections and law enforcement officer who endured persecution for refusing to comply with brutality in the prison system where he worked. Mosley said, "Law enforcement and corrections can be challenging and dangerous work but also fulfilling and rewarding if done with integrity. Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security of person. Those rights deserve protection." (Tapes remain archived at Blogtalkradio)
5. Fridays, 3:00pmEST - REENTRY
6. Saturdays at 3:00pm EST - RELEASE THE INNOCENT, hosted by Mary Neal (Saturday shows air only when announced at Facebook and Google+ and Twitter)
Saturday broadcasts do not air every week. If you know of an actually innocent person who is awaiting trial or has been sentenced, you are invited to contact Mary Neal to broadcast the situation. Call 678.531.0262 or email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com - Innocent people include defendants who were mentally ill at the time of the arrest.
The U.S. Supreme Court has NOT determined that actually innocent people have a right to have their post-conviction evidence considered by courts. We consider it on this show and make a human rights demand to release the innocent.
7. Sundays at 3pm EST - HUMAN RIGHTS FOR PRISONERS MARCH, hosted by Mary Neal (Sunday shows air only when announced at Facebook and Google+ and Twitter) MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com
~Advocacy for adequate defense, fair trials, drug courts, mental health courts, post-conviction DNA tests, safe and humane incarceration, and successful re-entry.
~Advocacy against prisoner abuse, avoidable deaths caused by police and correctional officers, solitary confinement, children tried and sentenced as adults, criminalizing mental illness, inadequate health care, wrongful convictions, law of parties, three-strikes law, enforced prison labor, and capital punishment.
Guests include people who have experienced, or who have specialized knowledge about, prison conditions and overuse of force by police or correctional officers, or any subject related to crime and punishment, including improvements proposed or realized.
SPECIAL NOTES: Occasionally, presentation of a guest's issues requires two broadcasts. In those cases, Part I is presented on the "Human Rights Demand" channel on Sunday. "Human Rights for Prisoners March" does not air every Sunday but only when announced on the MaryLovesJustice Neal wall at Google+ and at the MaryLovesJustice (Mary Neal) wall at Facebook and at @koffietime at Twitter.
HUMAN RIGHTS FOR PRISONERS MARCH is also a weekly broadcast on the National Network in Action (NNIA1) channel at Blogtalkradio, airing every Monday night at 9pm PST. The call-in telephone number for NNIA1 is (818)572.2947. Live and archived broadcasts at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1
All NNIA1 shows air at 9pmPST. Our NNIA1 schedule of shows include:
~ Monday- The "Human Rights for Prisoners March"
See the NNIA "New Human Rights Blogtalkradio Shows Schedule"
The director of NNIA and station manager is Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris, Jr. (pictured below), who is committed to bringing quality programs to educate, motivate, energize, mobilize and organize to take our community to a higher level of awareness and stronger commitment to justice. firstname.lastname@example.org
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